Antenna Expands Wireless Networks

Dec. 1, 2008
Available on Rosemount 3051S, 648, and 702 transmitters with WirelessHart output, the Extended Range Antenna extends the range of the vendor’s Smart Wireless self-organizing networks.
Oil and gas industry users and others operate facilities where measurement points are separated by long distances, making wiring and powering of measurement points expensive. As a result, users are not able to monitor the performance of these points. The extended range antenna option is designed to provide a cost-effective way to access this information by increasing the distance between self-organizing points up to a half mile (2600 ft).Emerson Process Managementwww.emersonprocess.com512.832.3089

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